The Calcutta High Court, in an interim order, on Thursday allowed mother Sagarika Bhattacharya to take custody of her two children, who were entrusted to the care of their uncle by a Norway court.
Sagarika Bhattacharya is the mother of two NRI children who arrived in India after a Norwegian court granted their custody to their uncle.
Norwegian Child Welfare Service submitting in a court that it was in the best interest of the kids to return to their home country.
Abhigyan (3) and Aishwarya (1), the two kids who were forcibly taken away from their parents - an NRI couple - and put under foster care by Norwegian authorities nearly 13 months ago, are expected to meet their uncle on Wednesday.
A Kolkata-based NGO has appealed to
External Affairs Minister S M Krishna to assist it in bringing
back to India the two children who are in the midst of a
custody row in Norway.
Amid reports that Anurup Bhattacharya was seeking divorce from his wife Sagarika in the Norway kids custody row, the two have re-signed a pact to hand over their children to their uncle Arunabhash.
Grandparents of the two children, BJP`s Sushma
Swaraj, CPI(M) MP Brinda Karat and CPI leader Annie Raja held
a sit-in near the Norwegian embassy.
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